As she starts out to write a story about an eighty-seven-year-old social services center director and ends up writing about a nineteen-year-old boxer. Madeleine discovers that the young boxer and the image of the American Dream he represents are more complicated than she had first realized and in these complications finds the key to the form of her story. Demonstrates the need to discover purpose for writing. From the Writers Writing series. Directed and produced by Charlotte Zwerin. An... Topics: Journalism., Composition And Exercises., English Language, Creative Writing.
Documents the activities of newspaper staff members during a 24-hour period. Shows how news is gathered and how it is written, edited, and printed. Collaborator, Louis Starr. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Occupations., Journalism., Newspapers.
bySchultz, John C; Columbia University. Press. Center for Mass Communication
Uses a CBS news report from Vietnam to illustrate and explain for students of journalism how a news film story is produced Senior high through adult Summary shows how to use the tools of film journalism most effectively. Presents the selection of elements that were ultimately used on - the - air and illustrates the necessity of strict attention to timing, the orderly presentation of ideas and the art of keeping the story moving. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Motion picture journalism, Journalism, Air Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Podcasts are shaping the presentation of history through audio delivery. Hosts of several local series tell us why they chose this new technology to delve into the past and how they gauge success. Hear clips of each program in a special podcast challenge! With David Gallagher and Woody LaBounty (The Western Neighoborhoods Project Outside Lands San Francisco ), Liam O’Donoghue ( East Bay Yesterday ), and David Boyer ( The Intersection ). Topics: video, podcasts, oral history, journalism, history, ethics, storytelling, East Bay, San Francisco,...
Produced and researched by Herman J. Engel and Sonya Friedman A compilation of major sequences from landmark documentaries with brief introductions. Each sequence was chosen as an example of documentary film style, content, and construction. Part 3 includes The Quiet One (1949), Sit-In (1961), Primary (1960), Hour of the furnaces (1966-68), and Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976) Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Presents clips from... Topics: 16mm Film, Series: Documentary, Educational Film, Documentary films, Journalism, Documentary films,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Producer, director, Richard O. Moore; photographer, editor, Philip Greene In 1925 Flanner sent her first "Letter from Paris" to Harold Ross, the editor of a new magazine "The New Yorker." Providing Flanner with the pen name, Genet, Ross instructed her to write about what the French were thinking and doing, not about what the American tourist thought of Paris. During almost fifty years abroad, Flanner filled her Paris letters with insights on European society and politics... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Flanner, Janet, 1892-1978, Novelists, American, Series: The Writer in...